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Dual Enrollment: History 101- Western Civilization I

Dual Enrollment: History 101 guide provides assistance to dual enrollment students who are currently in History 101.

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Databases to Use

  • Academic Search Premier:
    • This provides access to subjects in biology, engineering, physics, psychology, religion and philosophy, science and technology, and veterinary science. 
  • EBSCOhost:
    • This provides access to all databases provided by EBSCO.
  • Gale Power Search (Gale):
    • This provides access to periodical, reference, multimedia, and primary source information.
  • ‚ÄčHistory Reference Center (EBSCO):
    • This provides access to records from reference books, peer-reviewed journals, periodicals, encyclopedias, reference books, non-fiction books,biographies on historical figures,primary source documents, images, and historical video content.
  • Newspaper Source:
    • This provides access to regional newspapers, national newspapers, and television and radio transcripts. 
  • Points of View Reference Center (EBSCO):
    • This provides access to political magazines, radio and television transcripts, newspapers, and more. 
  • These databases can be found on the Alabama Virtual Library: 

https://www.avl.lib.al.us/resources/college-university